preSentS 26T AND H T PA BOO OS yB k AV y A E U UG P T UST O$ 40 0! Strengthening Cyber DefenCe StrategieS through Multi-lateral Cooperation VENUE: New Delhi, India | MAIN CONFERENCE: 1st – 2nd November 2011 | HAlF-DAy WORkSHOP: 2nd November 2011 featuring high- level briefingS froM international DeCiSion MakerS Brigadier General A. Basu, Director of Cyber Warfare, Integrated Defence Staff (IDS), Indian Armed Forces Rear Admiral Michael A. Cyber Warfare India encompasses 2 days of Brown (Pending legal strategic briefings, discussion and networking Confirmation), Director, breaks and a dedicated half-day workshop on Cybersecurity Coordination (DCC), Department regional threats. of Homeland Security (DHS) The result? The first and only cyber warfare Rear Admiral Arnaud conference with access to top decision makers Coustillière, Cyberdefense from the Indian Armed Forces, as well as key General Officer, Defense Staff, military organisations such as the MoD, DRDO, French Ministry of Defense NSA, CERT and NTRO. Brigadier General Helmut Habermayer, Division Chief, Plans and Policy Division, Discuss advances in INFOSEC and network integration, and Austrian MoD how these advances are shaping strategies across international Group Captain Jonathan Burr, military forces: Deputy Director, Cyber Policy w Hear from a senior speaker faculty as commanders address what & Plans, UK Armed Forces threats are defining their development strategies, where they are Ms. Eneken Tikk, Legal looking to expand capabilities, and what lies ahead for future cyber Advisor, NATO Cooperative defence development. Cyber Defence Centre of w Uncover answers to key questions facing cyber forces, including: Excellence (NATO CCD COE) r How do you achieve multi-layered cyber defence across agencies? Do you want to be part of the r What can you do to improve cyber training and doctrine? discussion on key threats shaping regional and international cyber r What is being done to generate joint policy and legal-response defence strategies? protocols? Half-Day Workshop: Predicting and Mitigating r How is the move to high speed digitalised networks generating Against the Chinese Cyber Warfare Threat. Wednesday 2nd November 2011 new vulnerabilities? Participate in the Cyber Warfare India focus r What solutions are there to integrate data commands and session, which addresses structures, capabilities and developments of the Chinese information architectures into centralised command structures? cyber warfare threat. Join this w Become part of the Indian cyber community and join top military unique forum to identify A • C Y BE R DI W targets of attack and IN A leaders in shaping future cyber strategies. E main strategies from R AR Visit Our FA in-depth case studies, ER WARF Website for t R and to understand E I N DI A • C nten how your systems Exclusive Co and need to evolve in Downloads Discount YBMedia Partners: line with future O ers •C cyberspace operations. YB IA ER WA D See page 4 for details RFARE I N Register online at www.cyberwarfareindia.com or contact us at +44 (0)20 7368 9300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
6 key benefitS of attenDing Cyber Warfare inDia: 1 Benchmark the future cyber requirements of Indian and International military forces.1st – 2nd November 2011New Delhi, India 2 Gain valuable one-on-one time with key decision makers fromwww.cyberwarfareindia.com organisations including the Integrated Defence Staff, Indian Armed Forces, DRDO, US Army Cyber Command, UK ArmedDear Esteemed Colleagues, Forces, NATO and many others....Across the world Cyber Warfare is being recognised 3 Benefit from subject specific industry presentations from senioras a key threat to international security. Cyber attacks representatives of the international defence industry andon military infrastructures, and government andcommunications systems, are becoming weapons of learn about the most advanced developments in informationchoice in modern conflict, not only between states but security, threat detection and vulnerability testing, networknon-state asymmetric terrorist actors as well. integration and key regional threats.In line with this growing threat, the need for international 4 learn future strategies and programme requirements from thecollaboration and discussion on cyber warfare is more global leaders in cyber warfare.vital than ever. Defence IQ invites you to be a part of thisdiscussion, to start building a new global understanding 5 Take advantage of 2 days of networking with key decisionon the future of Cyber Warfare. makers to gain valuable insight on how to strategically positionTogether, you’ll be able to lay the foundation for wider your product for the modernisation of India’s cyber systems.international consensus on major requirements forcyber defence, on a national and multi-national level. 6 Hear directly from the most relevant commanders in chargeTogether you can debate the challenges of centralising of future procurement and requirements - take the opportunitycyber command capabilities, the cyber training required to be front of mind in the world’s most rapidly expandingfor modern military forces, the Research & Development defence market.projects and strategies shaping the future of INFOSECcapabilities, and the policy required for multi-nationalconsensus and collaboration on cyber defence. learn DireCtly froM topFeaturing keynote presentations from the world’s DeCiSion MakerSleading military, governmental and scientific experts, Brigadier General A Basu, Director of Cyber Warfare, HQ Integratedand a dedicated half-day workshop on the threats Defence Staff (IDS), Indian Armed Forcesshaping cyber defences both within India and acrossthe world, Cyber Warfare India provides the means lieutenant General Rhett Hernandez, Commander, US Army Cyberfor open and in-depth discussions on current Command (ARCYBER) (Pending Legal Confirmation)requirements and strategies, and the possibility of Rear Admiral Arnaud Coustillière, Cyberdefense General Officer,forming long-lasting relationships between military French Defense Staff, Ministry of Defenseforces from around the world. Rear Admiral Michael A. Brown, Director, CybersecurityWith such world-leading levels of debate and with the Coordination (DCC), Department of Homeland Security (DHS)chance to establish truly meaningful and long-term (Pending Legal Confirmation)contacts, it is my pleasure to invite you 1st-2nd November Major General Edward Bolton, Director, Cyber and Space Operations,2011 to New Delhi to attend Cyber Warfare India. Directorate of Operations, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Plans and Requirements, Headquarters U.S. Air Force (Pending LegalI look forward to seeing you there. Confirmation)Best wishes, Brigadier General Helmut Habermayer, Division Chief, Plans and Policy Division, Austrian MoD Group Captain Jonathan Burr, Deputy Director, Cyber Policy & Plans, UK Armed Forces Colonel Ray Wilkinson, Commander, Specialist Group Royal Signals (SGRS), British ArmyDuraid Jalili Major Carlos Torralba, Director, ‘Cyber Coalition’, NATOSenior Conference Director Heli Tiirmaa-klaar, Senior Advisor to the Undersecretary, Ministry of Defence, Estonia Cyber Warfare is now becoming the key threat Gregory Radabaugh, Technical Director, Cyber Analysis Squadron US Air Forceto the security of all major nations around theworld, and it is vital to be a part of international Ms. Eneken Tikk, Legal Advisor, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE)collaboration on strategies and policy. 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Cyber Warfare inDiaagenDa at a glanCeTUESDAy 1ST NOVEMBER 2011 WEDNESDAy 2ND NOVEMBER 2011 08.00 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION AND COFFEE 08.00 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION AND COFFEE 08.50 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Regional Oversight Brigadier General A Basu, Director of Cyber Warfare, HQ Integrated Defence Staff (IDS), Indian Armed Forces 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS 09.00 Integrating New Cyber Command Capabilities Brigadier General A Basu, Director of Cyber Warfare, Across Regional Data Commands HQ Integrated Defence Staff (IDS), Indian Armed Forces (Pending Legal Approval): Lieutenant General Rhett Hernandez, Commander, US Army Cyber 09.45 Protecting Critical Data from Online Intrusions Command (ARCYBER) and Viral Attacks 09.30 Integrating Space and Cyber Capabilities (Pending Legal Approval): Rear Admiral Michael Across Conflict Zones A. Brown, Director, Cybersecurity Coordination (DCC), (Pending Legal Approval): Major General Edward Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Bolton, Director, Cyber and Space Operations, Directorate of Operations, Deputy Chief of Staff for 10.15 Developing Cyberdefense Across Government Operations, Plans and Requirements, Headquarters and Military Networks: the French Experience U.S. Air Force Rear Admiral Arnaud Coustillière, Cyberdefense 10.00 RESERVED FOR INDUSTRY PRESENTATION General Officer, Defense Staff, French MoD 10.30 COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS 10.45 COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS IN EXHIBITION AREA IN EXHIBITION AREA Specialist Half-Day Main Conference Focus Session 11.15 Cyber and Hybrid Threats and a Possible Counter-Strategy 11.00 Ensuring Legitimate Brigadier General Helmut Habermayer, Division Military Responses Chief, Plans and Policy Division, Austrian MoD to Cyber Attacks Ms. Eneken Tikk, Legal Predicting and Advisor, NATO Cooperative Mitigating Against 11.45 RESERVED FOR INDUSTRY PRESENTATION Cyber Defence Centre the Chinese Cyber of Excellence (NATO Warfare Threat 12.15 Addressing Growing Threats in Cyberspace – CCD COE) Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) a UK Military Perspective Bill Hagestad, USMCR 11.30 RESERVED FOR Group Captain Jonathan Burr, Deputy Director, INDUSTRY Session 1: Cyber Policy & Plans, UK Armed Forces PRESENTATION Defining the Nature and Intent of a Chinese 12.45 NETWORKING LUNCH 12.00 Assessing Current Cyber Threat Threats and Response Mechanisms in Session 2: 14.15 Preventing Attacks on Communications Systems Cyberspace Chinese Cyber Colonel Ray Wilkinson, Commander, Specialist Gregory Radabaugh, Organization Structures Group Royal Signals (SGRS), British Army Technical Director, Cyber Analysis Squadron, 14.45 Strategic Implications of Cyber Conflict: US Air Force Estonian Case Study 12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, Senior Advisor to the Undersecretary, Estonian MoD 14.00 Intelligence and Influence Operations 15.15 Developing Interoperability and Inter-Service in Social Media and Integration Through WarGame Training Virtual Worlds Major Carlos Torralba, Director, ‘Cyber Coalition’, Prof. George J. Stein, Session 3: NATO Director, Cyberspace & The 8 Pillars of the PLA Info-Ops Study Center, Air Cyber Strategy, and its University, Maxwell AFB, Key Targets 15.45 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND USA AFTERNOON NETWORKING IN EXHIBITION AREA 14.30 RESERVED FOR INDUSTRY PRESENTATION 15.00 AFTERNOON NETWORKING BREAK IN EXHIBITION AREA 15.30 Considering New Session 4: Architectures Available Conclusion / Identifying for Joint International targets of attack and CERT Capabilities structuring cyber defense John Bumgarner, Chief planning and attack Technology Officer, US detection in line with PLA Cyber Consequences Unit Cyber Warfare Strategies. 16:30 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND CLOSE OF DAY TWO T: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 73689301 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.cyberwarfareindia.com
half-Day WorkShop preDiCting anD Mitigating againSt the ChineSe Cyber Warfare threat SpeCialiSt half-Day foCuS SeSSion 14:00-17:30, WEDNESDAy 2ND NOVEMBER 2011 RATIONAlE: WORkSHOP lEADER: lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Bill As the world’s fastest growing economy, with the most Hagestad, US MARINE CORPS (USMCR) internet users in the world, the largest exporter of goods across the world and an electronic information With over 27 years service in the United States Marine Corps, Lieutenant industry growing at a rate of over 40%, China is Colonel Bill Hagestad has served in rapidly developing into a key IT powerbroker. positions including the Anti-Terrorism Officer for Marine Central Command From this vast economic and industrial expansion, during Operation Iraqi Freedom, the II has come a rapid advance in cyber capabilities which Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) and the US Army’s 1st Armoured Division in is redefining the nature of the cyberspace battlefield. Ramadi, Al-Anbar Province Iraq, and as the US Marine Corps’ Never has it been so crucial for cyber defence Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Officer. strategists to understand these capabilities and the potential for future cyber attack and exploit operations Outside of his military career, Lieutenant Colonel Hagestad these capabilities provide. holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mandarin Chinese, and Masters of Science in both the Management Of Technology and Security Technologies. In line with these qualifications and his career Establishing the nature and intent of the Chinese cyber within Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection he has become threat, the key targets and strategies of the PLA cyber an internationally recognized subject matter expert on the command, and the organizational structure integral Chinese People’s Liberation Army & Government Information to the development of national cyber capabilities, the Warfare. As part of this role he advises international Half-Day Workshop will prepare you for the future of intelligence organisations, military flag officers, and multi- national commercial enterprises with regard to their internal this threat: IT security governance and external security policies. r Learn first-hand the key challenges facing the Indian Armed Forces. Session 1: r Discover the future requirements integral for Defining the Nature and Intent of a Chinese developing successful cyber defences against PLA Cyber Threat: attack and exploit capabilities. t History of threats r Develop in-depth understanding on how these t History of cooperation threats are shaping cyber defence strategies within t Specific examples and case studies of PLA cyber India. attack methods r Benchmark your attack detection capabilities with Session 2: the latest cyber espionage techniques. Chinese Cyber Organization Structures: r Identify directly potential targets of attack to help t PLA Cyber Command Org Structures establish pro-active cyber defences and vulnerability t PLA cooperation with industry: Huawei, ZTE and testing for the future. Venus r Interact with key experts on cyber threats and t Nationalistic hacking initiatives: a central Communist response strategies in an intimate and quality Party mandate controlled environment. Session 3: The 8 Pillars of the PlA Cyber Strategy, and its key Targets: It’s impossible to ignore the impact that t Critical National Infrastructures developments within Asia are having on the t Energy Industries international cyber warfare community. By t DoD Cyber Targets addressing key regional and international t System Infiltration and Data Exfiltration challenges side by side Cyber Warfare India is t Firewall Infiltration going straight to the heart of the matter. t Advancing IP Exodus Lieutenant Colonel William Hagestad II, Force Movement Control Officer, G-4, US Marine Corps Session 4 / Conclusion: Identifying targets of attack and structuring cyber defense planning and attack detection in line with PLA Cyber Warfare Strategies.FOR QUESTIONS ON THE EVENT, AGENDA OR TEAM DISCOUNTS, CONTACT US AT +44 (0)20 7368 9300 OR DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.Uk
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